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  1. Version 1.0

    11,996 downloads

    A preconfigured compilation of community made mods and fixes meant to fix the game while keeping the game vanilla. Addressed to all newcomers who want to play the game properly without fiddling around with multiple downloads and configuring settings. I wanted to simplify this process. Includes: Style Switcher 3.1.3 for best performance and maintaining core vanilla experience 360 pad support HQ music fix including missing tracks and proper looping button prompts for PS2, 360 and Xbox One pads properly working UI at 16:9, 16:10 and 4:3 aspect ratios Follow the instructions in readme.txt file.
  2. They have decided to move focus their official social media efforts onto outlets such as Twitch, YouTube, Facebook and subreddits such as /r/Tribes, which has had some pretty poor response from the comunity. Which isn't surprising when you tell people that you are permanently deleting 3 years worth of community posts with only 24 hours notice.
  3. Hi-Rez have decided to shut down their server permanently, stating: They have decided to move focus their official social media efforts onto outlets such as Twitch, YouTube, Facebook and subreddits such as /r/Tribes, which has had some pretty poor response from the comunity. Which isn't surprising when you tell people that you are permanently deleting 3 years worth of community posts with only 24 hours notice. Click here to view the article
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